Endemic Animals of Idaho








Idaho Ground Squirrel
Idaho Ground Squirrel
The Idaho ground squirrel is one of the largest of the ground squirrels. Its back is dark reddish-gray from a mixture of yellowish-red banded and black unbanded guard hairs. It has an eye ring of an off-white color. Young Idaho ground squirrels molt, usually from May to early June, but adults do not molt and tend to have a longer coat. There are two subspecies living in Idaho: the northern Idaho ground squirrel, as well as the southern Idaho ...
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Idaho Ground Squirrel
Pelecanus halieus
Pelecanus halieus
Pelecanus halieus is a small fossil pelican described by Alexander Wetmore from material found in Late Pliocene deposits at Hagerman, Idaho.
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Pelecanus halieus
Southern Idaho ground squirrel
Southern Idaho ground squirrel
The southern Idaho ground squirrel is a species of the largest genus of ground squirrels. This species and the Northern Idaho ground squirrel were previously considered conspecific, together called the Idaho ground squirrel.
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Southern Idaho ground squirrel